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What Matters Most When Selecting Managed DNS

According to Gartner, DNS is mission-critical to all organizations that connect to the Internet. In fact, for complex webpages, DNS resolution can comprise as much as 29% of initial page load time.

Don’t ruin your customers experience with DNS failure.

Instead, this e-book discusses the most important criteria when selecting a managed DNS provider along with:

  • Advantages of a cloud-based DNS provider
  • Benefits of a secondary DNS service
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